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According to RoHS directive requirements, serial thermoelectric coolers do not contain lead or any other forbidden materials

According to RoHS directive requirements, serial thermoelectric coolers do not contain lead or any other forbidden materials


Coolers for radio electronics (microcoolers)

 

Applied as mini and microcoolers in the systems of thermo stabilization of microchips, semiconductor lasers, photodetectors and other temperature sensitive elements and components of electronic devices.


Main fields of application

Microwave techniques

- cooling of the input stages of the high sensitive receivers and amplifiers

- thermostabilization of the paramps

Optoelectronics

- contact cooling of semiconductor lasers, infrared detectors, CCD- matrix

- miniconditioners for photomultipliers

Special computer engineering

microprocessor coolers


Technological features:

We also offer thermoelectric coolers installed or directly integrated into the standard- ТО (ТО3, ТО8 etc), HHL, DIL, butterfly or special bodies.

 

Abbreviations and definitions

TEC

thermoelectric cooler

TGM

generating thermoelectric module

DTmax

maximum achievable temperature difference between the hot and cold side of  a thermoelectric cooler 

Imax

input current through a thermoelectric cooler resulting in greatest DT (DTmax)

Umax

voltage on a thermoelectric cooler contacts at DTmax

Qmax

maximum cooling capacity of a thermoelectric cooler. It is determined at maximum current through a thermoelectric cooler and at zero temperature difference between hot and cold sides

Rac

electric resistance of a thermoelectric cooler measured at an alternating current with the frequency of 1 kHz

 


  


 
 
 

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